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These Are My Reflections

This semester of blogging has really been an interesting journey. Being able to have creative freedom to post what i want on topics that I love was so much fun! I must admit, I thought that blogging was boring, but this was actually a great experience writing this semester. I enjoyed it so much that... Continue Reading →

‘Godfather’ Turns 45

The Tribeca Film Festival was in for a treat this weekend. On Saturday night,  The cast of "The Godfather" and "The Godfather: Part II," including Al Pacino as Michael Corleone, Robert De Niro (young Vito), Diane Keaton (Kay), Talia Shire (Connie), James Caan (Sonny), Robert Duvall (Tom) and director Francis Ford Coppola reunited at the... Continue Reading →

Get Out Got Out of Control

In this article I discuss the effect social media has on ones perception of movies. Movies such as “Get Out” got a lot of attention on social media platforms such as Twitter which cause more people to go see the movie. Hope you enjoy! The way people responded to “Get Out” had a lot to... Continue Reading →

Shine Bright. Shine Far. Be a STAR!

Let’s watch a Disney Channel movie! I logged onto Twitter and saw a tweet from Tyra Banks saying, “One word: LIFESIZE Oops… 2 words LIFESIZE 2” Life-Size was a Disney Channel original movie (DCOM) released in 2000. The movie follows a young girl played by Lindsey Lohan who recently lost her mother. She uses magic... Continue Reading →

All Eyez On Tupac

I know conspiracy theorist believe he’s still alive, but I don't think Tupac will star in his up and coming biopic. Last week the official traitor for 90’s rapper and recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Tupac Shakur’s biopic “All Eyez On Me”. The film stars Demetrius Shipp Jr. who is a perfect... Continue Reading →

Down in New Orleans

This past weekend I attended the French Quarter Fest here in New Orleans. During this festival the French Quarter is filled with various styles of music, food and large crowds of people from all walks of life (which is the most stressful part for me, I hate crowds!). The French Quarter is usually a hub... Continue Reading →

Let’s Chat About It

On Thursday April 6, I hosted my very first Twitter Chat on Twitter. The conversation was about the representation of black people in the media. My focus for this Twitter chat was to pick at the minds of my followers to see what solution could implement to reduce the stereotypes pin pointed in the black... Continue Reading →

April 4 = Give a Cop a Pepsi Day

Pepsi has always provided quality commercials for their brand. Using celebrities such as Beyonce, Janelle Monae, even back in the day with Michale Jackson (although Michale probably didn't enjoy the process considering the third degree burns he got). But yesterday, I think Pepsi may have taken it too far by trying to reach to the... Continue Reading →

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